Audi’s new flagship has touch down in South Africa. The new S8, cream of the crop in the A8 range internationally, is now locally available.
Hyundai’s new Santa Fe arrived in South Africa and although it is a facelift of the current model, the Korean manufacturer says it is much more with significant changes and tweaks all round.
Toyota’s Prius needs no introduction. Seen as the gold standard of hybrid passenger cars, this model has now been updated for the South African market.
The offering of compact SUVs and crossovers is growing with Nissan, the latest manufacturer to add a new model range to its current SUV offerings with the local introduction of the Magnite.
The Peugeot 3008 compact received its mid-life nip and tuck to keep the SUV competitive in a very crowed space in the market.
To celebrate the end of the road for the current Pajero, Mitsubishi Motors South Africa introduced 100 units of Legend 100 versions of this iconic vehicle.
Suzuki’s Swift received a mid-life nip and tuck to keep the popularity of this small budget car going.
Mercedes-AMG has unleashed its latest performance models based on the GLE in the South African market.
Subaru Southern Africa says its all-new Subaru Outback SUV will be available from 1 May.
To celebrate 25 years of Mercedes-Benz’s Vito, the German manufacturer gave it a slight make over.
Citroën describes its facelifted C3 as “The new face of French chic”. Building on its already unique looks, the facelifted model adds subtle changes to the exterior.
Short on the heels of the local launch of its big performance-orientated SUV siblings, the SQ7 and SQ8, Audi has introduced refined versions of its sprinters, the RS6 Avant and RS7 Sportback in South Africa.
Toyota filled the gap in its SUV/Crossover line-up with the local introduction of the new Urban Cruiser.